March 8 Update on Keynote Talks

We have 6 distinguished keynote speakers on the agenda at our 1st MHG&MC.

We wanted the diversity and perspective of more keynote speakers so none of them have a big block of time. More like a TED talk.

Keynote Speakers:

Ann Armbrecht of the Sustainable Herbs Project and producer of the film Numen will present on “the Sustainable Herbs Project and its relevance to the Conference and the herb movement in general.” Friday Evening plenary. 7:45 – 8:15

Children's Program

There will be a children’s program at MHG&MC to serve ages three to twelve.

The program will run during the main workshop periods:
Saturday 9:00 am to 12:00 noon and 2:00 to 6:00 pm
Sunday. 8:30 am to 12:00 noon and 2:00 to 6:00 pm

The children's program will include herb related arts and crafts, guided outings to identify and collect herbs, nature games, and herbal snack-making. We also intend to have a set of toys that can be used by various age groups for "free play" indoors or outdoors.

Herbalists Without Borders

Today I got an email from Joanne Bauman of the group Herbalists Without Borders (HWB). Herbalists Without Borders  is a nonprofit, local-to-global network of volunteers devoted to aiding communities and countries in need impacted by natural disasters, violent conflicts, poverty, trauma and other access barriers to health and wellness.
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